Eat Alberta is excited to announce their flagship conference event will be returning in 2017 with a new format and new lineup of hands-on classes. Joining the celebrations for Canada’s 150th birthday, Eat Alberta is going “Back to Basics” to explore the history and cultural connections behind some of Alberta’s favourite foods.
Eat Alberta 2017 will take place at NAIT Hokanson Centre for Culinary Arts in Edmonton on Sunday April 23, 2017. The conference will provide attendees with a hands-on opportunity to learn fundamental food skills, taste quality local foods and initiate connections within Alberta’s food community.
Wood’s Homes is pleased to introduce a new and exclusive event benefitting mental health services for children, teens and families.
Premiering in Calgary on April 7, 2017, Wine Women & Shoes will welcome hundreds of women to celebrate a ladies’ night out in the elegant Jack Singer Concert Hall Lobby at Arts Commons.
Wine Women & Shoes will feature wine and culinary tasting stations, enticing auction items, a boutique marketplace, best dressed competitions, a luxurious “Keys to the Closet” raffle, and a crowd of charming Shoe Guys to indulge, inspire and pamper our guests throughout the evening.
Tickets and sponsorship opportunities available now, see here for more details: woodshomes.ca/wwsyyc
Please contact Shandra at email@example.com or call 403-270-1775 for any questions or more information.
Are you turning the page toward a better environment? We want to know about it!
Earth Day Canada recently launched the Hometown Heroes Award Program 2017, which recognizes and celebrates environmental leaders at the community level with a youth, individual, teacher, group and small business award to further their outstanding efforts.
Nominate yourself or someone you know at online at earthday.ca/hometown
About the Hometown Heroes Award Program
Earth Day Canada's (EDC) Hometown Heroes Award Program has become one of Canada's most prestigious environmental awards. Established in 2004, the program recognizes and celebrates environmental leaders, groups and small businesses fostering meaningful, long-term community awareness and action. Local heroes, working at a grassroots level and often with very limited resources, can make an enormous difference to the health of our planet – they deserve our recognition. Learn more at earthday.ca/hometown.
About Earth Day Canada
Celebrated every year on April 22, Earth Day is the largest environmental event in the world. Founded in 1990, Earth Day Canada is a national charity that inspires and supports people across the country to connect with nature and build resilient communities. We lead an annual Earth Day campaign in conjunction with free, year-round, award-winning programs that get people outside, interacting with the natural environment — this, in turn, fosters an intrinsically motivated, enduring commitment to stewardship and conservation.
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